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on the blink and cal tran which oversees the radar says the main beacon was working fine. they are also saying that the fenders of the base of the tower were working fine. >> no structural damage to the bay bridge as a result and we will not have to do work on the bridge other than to repair the collision with the fender system. >> that was the spokesman for cal tran. the metropolitan transportation committee says dam could -- damage could be $3 million on the fenders of the bridge because the damage in the still pictures provided by the metropolitan transportation committee show the damage above the water obviously but there is damage below the water. it takes spend quip mit and it is not easy to access so you could be talking $2 million or $3 million in damage. >> thank you very much. a mother who waited 24 years for news of her missing daughter will have to wait even longer. d.n.a. testing on bone fragments found proved they are not the remains of macalla kidnapped in 1998 when she was nine. authorities found human bone fragments while sending a well used by the speed frequent killers in th
with cal guns says a ban could actually have the opposite effect. >> by outlawing the bullet button, they are likely going to insent people to go to configurations that allow people with detachable magazines so we'll have more instead of less. >> reporter: but yee says the bill still respects people's right to own these guns. >> we will not be taking any of those weapons away. once the governor signs this particular bill, you will have six months to register those particular guns. >> reporter: allen martin, cbs 5. >> so senator yee's bill would essentially ban detachable magazines. that means that somebody couldn't reload their assault rifle by just putting in a new clip if the gun has a pistol grip or other features. it's complicated but would you have to manually add bullets into the top of the gun. the goal to make it harder to reload quickly and maybe easier for a potential target to get away. >>> he's spoken with gun rights advocates and victims' groups but today vice president joe biden met with representatives of the videogame industry. bi
in los gatos or beverly hills or piedmont so we recognize that. >> reporter: the uc and cal state systems will get a 5% boost. $250million extra each. that's less than they asked for so tuition hikes are still a possibility. but the governor says that he will urge the universities not to raise student fees but says he needs to put the brakes on california's free spending. >> the governor on a machine is when the machine tries to exceed a certain speed, the governor then depresses the speed. so that's the metaphor for 2013. >> reporter: he loves that metaphor. now, the most interesting proposal is that new education formula. if you break it down, it looks like it means more money to poor urban areas and less to suburban districts. now, we spoke with a school board president from the san mateo union high school district and he said in looking at the formula it could cost his school district $4 million next year and for a $90 million budget it could be significant. i'm grace lee, cbs 5. >>> new at 6:00 bridge officials had always planned on addin
. >>> well, an olympic star who will compete for cal next season returned to competitive swimming for the first time since winning a number of gold medals in london. by the way, this was her high school team. >> i'm so nervous. i have no idea -- i was literally like intensely shaking in the locker room and all my teammates are like, what's wrong with you? >> no kidding. you're world class in high school! that's missy franklin. she won both her races in colorado yesterday. the 17-year-old snagged four gold medals in the 2012 olympics and she will be a golden bear in the fall. colorado gal. >> can you imagine at that meet, her opponents? >> they are like, are you kidding me? why are you nervous? >> no kidding. >> a star. >>> the stanford women, they haven't lost a pac-12 game since 2009 when cal beat them. >> yeah. 80 games later the 12-0 bears seem primed to do it again. they are good this year and lindsey gottlieb's cal team off to the best start in the program's history. clarendon's shot ised goo. the is good. they were ahead at the half.
2009 when cal beat them. 80 games later the 12-1 bears seem primed to do it one more time. lindsey gottlieb cal team off to the best start in program history. bears had a three-point lead in the half. but [ non-english language ] wasn't ready for the streak to end. the tough layup to give stanford the lead in the second half. stanford beats cal again, 62-53 the final. >>> high school hoops, sacred heart versus saint ignatius in the city. bruce mahoney classic. brianna smith to julianne courtney. the sacred heart ladies win 46- 41 the final. >> the boys hit the flor. this is the nightcap off the irish miss, matt brown. high school hoops not bad. wildcats beat sacred heart 56- 46 and take the bruce mahoney trophy home. >> high school basketball not too bad. >>> play of the day is college basketball. ohio state, sam thompson went airborne for an impressive slam. the buckeyes beat purdue in chicago 74-64. looks better at that angle. >> much better angle. that's a nice little sideways slam. >>> 5:24, michelle. treasures targeted the okayed museum
are the answer. live in east palo alto for abc7 news. >> thank you. the threat rain has. brothered cal tran to close off part of the park-'n-ride in mill valley. the lower part of the lot has been a flood zone during flood zones. they closed off the area until monday because owners of flooded cars complained they were not properly warned of the threat. the tide is expected to peak in two days, at 2' higher-than-normal. >> when will it hit the bay area? >> mike nicco is checking live doppler 7 hd right now. >> it is not here. yet. you can see live doppler 7 hd all is quiet. we have a few radar runs over the ocean. that is where those are going to stay for now. a lot of cloud cover out there. still fog to contend with inland. but that is starting to lift. you can see the bulk of the storm to the north. we will zoom in on northern california and show you the leading edge of the showers moving in the northwest corner of the state. but after the noon hour is when we will see the showers reach the ground and move south across the state. you have a couple more hours before the rain gets here. i wi
have been found. >> cal-trans and the c-h-p are asking for 31-million dollars to install a network of security cameras on the new eastern span of the bay bridge. the bay area toll authority had originally alloted 8- million dollars for the system. experts say the bridge needs the system because it's viewed as a potential terrorist target. much like the golden gate bridge. >> the bay area is in for another night of freezing temperatures. this is video today of snow dusting the peak at mount hamilton in the south bay. from our helicopter partnership with abc-7 news.. how cold will it get? jacqueline bennett is back with another look at the forecast. >> jacqueline: catherine, that system from yesterday still cross some cold temperatures. the shower activity is on the coastal area. that is how it could stay and temperatures in the 40's. 40's through daly city, fairfield, vallejo. it is getting drier and that is going to mean that cold conditions, overnight. there is one that thing and that is the wind speed. it is dying down a bit with 18 mph, 17 in concord. the wind speed is not going
quickly, the way the weather changed just like that, so all the cal trans workers are home sleeping now. they are on call just in case the snowplows are needed. live in santa cruz county, kiet do, cbs 5. >>> well, so many people in boston have the flu, the city of boston has actually declared a public health emergency. and in allentown, pennsylvania, the hospital is so overrun with flu patients, it set up special tents outside. and in l.a., the county health department has run out of flu vaccine. there's also a shortage of the vaccine popular with kids. >>> also in the news tonight, the mother of a missing bay area girl learned today that a bone fragment is not that of her daughter. that bone was found in october in a san joaquin county well where several victims of the speed freak killers are buried. because of the estimated age, it was thought that it could be mckayla garrett. turns out, though, that that bone belonged to an older teenager. >> i was shocked. and kind of disheartened about it, because i was worried about mckayla's mom. i want
find delay beyond the scene. cal train says the northbound 101 train is late ten minutes. muni and bart and other mass transit is looking good. abc7 app shows 205 mountain house parkway toward stockton we have foggy weather from the central valley which could slow things moving westbound toward 580 with heavy traffic on 205 according to our traffic spotters. this is a free app from apple's app and google play to get you navigating your commute. moving from 580 and 880 to the south and 80 westbound toward toll plaza, traffic is moving nicely. kristen and eric? >> the landmark church in the capitol in washington, dc, and the national cathedral take as stand over same-sex marriage. >> and root canal and erskine mh laboratories, which are will consider whether to block a suit by the u.s. government for the bailout of the company, a group filed the suit on behalf of the firm and shareholders and the complaint says the government did not provide shareholders just compensation when they took 80 percent stake in the insurance company part of a bailout. the board will decide in a month whether t
's other co-founder, andrew ng. >> most people today will never have access to a princeton, stanford, cal tech class. but now, if you wake up tomorrow morning and you decide you want to take a cal tech class, you can. you can just sign up for one, and it's free. >> reporter: math teacher salman khan started providing free online classes in 2010 out of his house, arguing that new approaches to teaching were needed. he inspired stanford professor sebastian thrun and colleague peter novick to put a course on artificial intelligence online just last year. >> and to our surprise 160,000 students signed up. we managed to graduate 23,000 students at stanford graduate- level quality in a specialized subject area called artificial intelligence, which means peter and i taught more students than all the professors in the world combined in the same subject area. >> reporter: were you amazed by this, or did you expect it? >> i was blown away, and it changed my life. >> reporter: after that success, thrun founded udacity, a fast- growing startup in palo alto, financed with venture capital money, offeri
facing mvp green bay quarterback aaron rodgers former cal star. collin in the second year but he's a rackie coming to the post season. mike has more on the man about to make his season debut. >> stepping up. on the run. collin will be facing former league super bowl mvp aaron rodgers and green bay packers saturday in only 8 nfl start and first post season. >> aaron rodgers is a great quarterback. i mean, you see what he does on the field. performance. so you can't say enough about the guy. we are going to have to go out and put up point. >> forty-niner offensive coordinator greg roman not worried about the young quarterback handling himself on the big stage. >> for collin it's another game and i think the way he handles it day-to-day has been very mature and i don't think you are going to see any big eyes. >>reporter: he has shown amazing maturity for a man with so few starts. >> i think it's because i have been playing football for so long. i think i said before this is my 17th year of football. so i mean, football is football once you get on the field. >>reporter: but f
the morning commute. well, now the bay area toll authority and cal -trans. have changed their plans. and come monday morning, toll booth number 4 will be staffed from 7 -to- 9 in the morning. welcome news for commuters >> pam: five days of work and still no human remains recovered in the search for victims of speed freak killers -wesley shermantine and loren herzog. the two men who went on a drug- induced killing rampage in the 1980's and 90's. kron 4's j.r. stone has been following the story. he has more on the abandoned well which is at the center of the f-b-i search. >> the fbi will bring its local, state, but international resources necessary. >> reporter: this area have been cleared with a 10-15 the area ought to be used to search for bones. people in the area of reacted. >> i do not want to waste my breath. somebody so disgusting that was in this area when i did live here. >> reporter: the fbi saying that it used test equipment to go into the ground but had not reached the bottom of the well. however, by friday, they reached at at 200 ft. on thursday --. and a special equipment or half
got ideas from portland, oregon. poem boxes will be installed in helena and cal list toga. >>> -- cal toga. and this is dream liner service to asia. seven years of waiting. san jose will begin service to tokyo on friday. that will be offered five time as week. come this summer it will be offered daily. silicon valley tech executives say they are excited for the new service. dream liner is the world's most technologically advanced airplane. >>> san francisco is concerned about housing complexes and the residents got a chance to be heard. they want it for an environmental impact report. they want to build 700 units on a 49-acre sites. but 500 units of the public housing complexes would need to be demolished to make way for the new development. >> the idea is to develop it into a mixed income community that would be affordable housing and all new community amenities. new park space and new community center. the developers say the policy, people who are living in the housing projects right now and in good standing would be given a spot in the new development. >>> well the company sling me
to and mazatlan will be offered through cal jet air, and around trip flights will start at $499. >> five days of work and still no human remains are recovering in the continuing search for victims of the speed freak killers. wesley shermatine andl loren herzog went on a drug induced killing rampage in the 1980's and 90's perry ed kron 4 news j.r. stone has been following the story. he will have more on the abandoned well which is the center of fbi search. >> five days of work and sti no hithe fbi says it will take a few days to get all the water out of the well. they plan on putting a camera in the will to see what is inside of it. they ♪ secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke. your health and the health of your family depend on it. >> after 11 years, the u.s. war in afghanistan is winding down. ahead of schedule. president obama says of the time is right to let afghan soldiers do their own for 18. if the president met with afghan president's at the white house on friday. they agree tha
storealal -- historical object. >> it does incl clud quarts that has in the been mined in cal since 1800s. we consider precious in telling the story of california in, particular, the gold rush. >> the box is seven by nine inches, encrusted with gold and quarts depicting pioneer life. some put the value at $800,000. >> a unity rally will be held tonight after neighbors received racist hate mail. the letter targeted the philippino american community in american canyon, calling the population filthy and scum. >> it's dreadful. i never thought this would happen to us. so you know, i'm just sad for the people. these are just people that have very little knowledge. >> police are now investigating, trying to locate the sender to determine whether the letter violates penal codes about hate crimes, laura anthony will be at the rally beginning at city hall. she'll have a live report with the latesthon story on abc 7 news at 5:00. >> some residents in the presidio heights neighborhood were evacuated after workers punctured a gas line. cruise working on a water line when they struck the two inc
of the approach is that it can't pass congress. it's a bit of a motor cal box for the white house. they like to do something and there is a chance, but what is possible and what gun control advocates want are not in the same ballpark. do you agree with that? >> i think lynn sweet hit it on the head when she said they want to avoid biting off more than they can chew. the problem is how do you appeal to chris christie's viewpoint that speaks for many where in order to deal with him, you are going to have to give up thing he is looking for. to get a buy in on an assault weapons ban, you have to convince him of a mental health component that speaks to his concerns. if the several issues are in play, does it run lynn sweet the risk of being too comprehensive for passage? that's the question. >> tamron? >> i see that is the balancing act that biden and the white house and leader who is want something to happen have to do. sometimes is something better than nothing do sacrifice the perfect for the good. to show movement, they might not go with the comprehensive approach and just to get something done, ev
driving cases because the machines were not correctly cal baited. tom sherwood will show us what officials are doing to keep drunks off the roads. >>> how far can police go to enforce drunk driving laws? the case went to the supreme court that weighs safety against personal privacy. nbc justice correspondent pete williams is live outside the supreme court now. this is about getting blood tests without a warrant. give us some of the background on this case. >> this case comes from missouri, a man was pulled over after its police saw him weaving down the highway. he failed the sobriety test. he couldn't walk and turn around. he couldn't stand on one leg. they asked him to take a breathalyzer, he said no they asked him to take a blood test, he said no he was taken to the hospital in handcuffs, subdued him and forced to give a blood sample without a search warrant. the aclu is representing him. they have appealed that to the supreme court here, the lower courts threw it out and the aclu stays is a violation of somebody's right against unreasonable searches to do something as intrusive as a blo
about the crowds for cal ripken and tony guinn. >> thank you very much, brian shactman, likewise. and you can catch brian on cnbc sports biz. he's going to talk about the end of the nhl lockout with lundqvist, one of my heroes k p.m. friday on the nbc sports network. >>> now, something that's threatening the health and finances of major cities across the country, the flu. this year's outbreaks are throwing major cities into a real bind. one city has just declared a health emergency. that story coming up. i had enough of feeling embarrassed about my skin. [ designer ] enough of just covering up my moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. i decided enough is enough. ♪ [ spa lady ] i started enbrel. it's clinically proven to provide clearer skin. [ rv guy ] enbrel may not work for everyone -- and may not clear you completely, but for many, it gets skin clearer fast, within 2 months, and keeps it clearer through 6 months. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events, including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, ne
they expect. >> reporter: a just completed abc news sampling found that more than half of the low cal meals that we tested had more calories than listed on the menu. we brought a nationally known lab 24 food samples from four sit-down restaurants and one mcdonald's. surprisingly, the bigmac had 30 calories fewer than advertised in the menu. here too it was the sit-down restaurant that had sometimes wildly different calorie counts than advertised. 11 meals had more calories than on the menu. 10 had fewer. some were over by only a few. but cheesecake factory's fish and trips packed 420 calories more than the menu count in one sample. olive garden's seafood was over its calorie count by 180. and one sample of this grilled chicken tested 120 calories more than advertised. >> that may not sound like enough, but if someone consumed 100 calories extra for a year, they could gain up to ten pounds. >> reporter: most calorie counts are as accurate as possible. and tested expensively to make sure. but they concede there are variations, due to portion size and individual restaurant preparations. the me
cal expenditures really what is driving the deficit? according to former labor secretary robert reich, the answer is no. quote, he says, they are temporary. if anything, america's safety nets have been too small, and shot through with holes, and that is why the number of percentage of american in poverty has increased dramatically including 22% of our children. so at a time when people are pushing for cuts in social programs we must pause to show that the entitlements addressed in the realities are as well as the economic future. back at the table, dorian ward, and fellow at the roosevelt institute, michael crowley deputy correspondent for "time" magazine, and christine brawn, associate professor at nyu, and also law professor at seton hall law school where chris christie was educated and i will tease you about that forever. the fact is that mitch mcconnell has step ped in and will be a part of the conversation and it is not boehner, and they are putting entitlements back on the table. is this the right thing for us to be doing? >> no, but it is part of a 30-year campaign to repeal th
by double digits. >> sheers the rates. increased from california, for just the state of cal, aetna, 22% increase. anthem blue cross, 26% increase. blue shield of cal, 20% increase. where are the rate cuts? >> does this surprise anybody? the second he regulates, the price rises. when you require gas stations to sell ethanol, food prices rise as corn growers take stock to ethanol. it becomes more expensive. the more you regulate, the more expensive it comes. >> why was the president able to sell obamacare in part on the idea we must do something -- >> he didn't sell it to me. >> healthcare costs were rising, that was a fact. and so his argument was we need to do something about and this universal healthcare is one of the things we should do to stop that. >> was he referring to the federal government's stake, the cbo numbers and something he could hang his hat on. >> when you require health insurers to cover procedures, whether people want to buy the coverage, lie hair transplants, viagra, all these requirements, of course it's going to be more expensive for the rest of us. >> let us know
of the respective responsibilities as you all know, each have had public service. dave from this debacle the. cal from the state of california and tom in the administration's epa. keenly involved particularly from a manufacturing perspective and insight of oil and natural gas. and last but certainly not least, our friend general jim jones. general, would you please stand. [applause] i think many of you know the general well. he probably needs no introduction, a former national security advisor to the president. a very distinguished career in military service throughout the world. and today, has a consulting group that also works with a bipartisan policy center which will be releasing next month i believe a significant contribution to the energy debate. so let's give everyone a round of applause, particularly our head table today, for being here among us. [applause] with the newly elected congress and administration that has now started its second term, we stand on the threshold of a new year. one that presents tremendous opportunities to move forward to build our economy and to create the jobs fo
confronts him. >> shoot him again, oh, no. >> herman's wife was armed with a .38 cal caliber. she fired all six shot, hitting the intruder five times. >> if she had not had that firearm, what do you think would have happened? >> i can speculate all day long. >> sheriff joe chaplain believes the mother had no chase and in defending herself and her children, acted properly. >> had it not turned out the way that it did, i possibly would be working a triple homicide not having a clue of what it is we're looking for. >> the suspect broke in with a you bar. he still managed to flee after being shot, driving off the road a short distance away. d donny herman told wsb his wife and children were unharmed. >> mi wife is hero. she protected her kids. she did what she was supposed to do as a responsible, prepared gun owner. >> we asked to speak to the couple, but now, less than a week after the incident, they're trying to maintain their privacy. the sheriff tells us they're dealing with some unintended ren the national debate over guns. just the week before, he took his wife to a shooting range to teac
the electronic cal component of it. now when they opened up the investigation boeing said they were happy to have them look at these flights. but this came just after this week where three different planes were grounded because of all these different problems. now, when this news broke, boeing was fine with it but the investors were really actually very jittery. the stock dropped about 5% which equalled about $3 billion in losses. >> that is a big loss. what about this new survey which says about a third of universities expect to either decline or grow slower than inflation when it comes to tuition. does that mean parents should start celebrating this? >> parents should start celebrating just yet. really what's going on is that the desire to go to a four-year college is starting to drop. and rightly so. the economic uncertainty has been going on for the last couple of years, especially job growth. people don't think they're going to be able to have a job after they go to college. so that is going to drop the revenues for colleges and universities. so what they're doing is just increasing tuition
cruz sentinel" in cal has the headline, "gun control a loaded argument." the authors of the article ask several experts if we are safer against an intruder with a gun in our hands. the "daily courier in" prescott, arizona writes about barry goldwater's photographs, an exhibit that opened this weekend features photographs taken by the conservative senator. most of the photos are portraits of the navajo heem and pictures of the arizona landscape. the "los angeles times" has a story about how the university of arizona is the first in the country to offer a minor degree in hip-hop. the school added that concentration toyotas africana studies program. it's part of a trend to give serious academic study to the subject. that's kind of fun. >>> well, not fun, the new and deadly violence in afghanistan, which has killed at least seven civilians. this in a blast inside a mosque following a night raid by nato and afghan troops. that violence comes amid fresh reaction to an accelerated timeline for u.s. troops to withdraw from the region. earlier on "meet the press" colin powell said the u.s. would
be another type of spam filter. >>> and if you're looking to escape the cold, cal jet air is now offering flights out of oakland international airport to mexico. planes bound for the airport will leave fridays and mondays at 8:15 at night. there's a red eye for you. it's going to arrive at the destination at 12:15 the next morning. round trip flights start at $499. >>> if you are traveling out of san francisco international airport this weekend, get ready, because you might run into delays. the airport has shut down one of its main run ways for safety upgrades. those closures are going to last through the weekend, until 8:00 a.m. monday, which could mean delays of up to 45 minutes for departing flights. this is the first of three weekend closures this month. >>> well, many people flocked to the coast to see the highest tides of the year. king tides are created by swings in the gravitational field between the earth and the moon. the tides peaked on thursday, putting beach areas that are normally accessible to visitors under water. in san leandro, alameda and sausalito. tides also draw onlo
. skinny foods to help you stick to your new year's resolution. joy bauer is here with low cal ideas to keep us from falling off our prescribed lifestyle change. >> hello. first of all, let me say congratulations on your book. i read it every day. >> first, coleslaw. >> creamy foods. >> and you take fatty coleslaw and skinny it down a bit. >> the best part is it's pre-made for you. they already do the slicing and dicing. the entire bag is only 80 calories and cabbage has cancer fighting properties. mix non-fat greek yogurt and light mayonnaise and splash of apple cider vinegar and it's sensation. you can dump this on the skillet with oil and seasoning. >> have a stir-fry. >> or soy sauce and have mu chui vegetables. >> cauliflower. >> i like to put it on the baking seat. roast it for 30 minutes, take it out and top it with parmesan cheese, put it back in for five minutes and it crisps up beautifull beautifully. also use half potatoes and cauliflower and drive down the calories. >> i actually seem it and mash it. >> and use light cream cheese and broth, and seasoning, really goo good.
of representatives. you would not expect radal cal action on guns to go through the house of representatives. in fact, i'm not sure i'd expect it to be proposed by this administration. i do expect there to be movement on high-capacity magazines, on being able to trace data. i do expect there to be movement on closing what some people call the gun show loophole. what really means is private transactions don't have essentially any real regulation around them. it's much larger than gun shows and about 30% to 40% of all guns are sold this way. and the assault rifle ban, that was a ban that had a lot of holes in it in the first place. it had a very difficult time defining what was and wasn't an assault weapon. it had a lot of cosmetic features to it. they tried to do it based on what they looked. i think it would be important to tighten that down, but i think most people think it was more significant in tightening the assault weapons ban. the final thing i'd mention is that we've had a very real success in the last couple of decades cutting gun death by focusing on illegal gun possession in law enforcemen
from themn the fice, which i think is hilarious. i would just cal i sk cause i don't want to be near them >> so many pple come in, they're hacking. it's like, stay home. >> we're all guilty -- we've all done it. >> i never call in sk. voice. f us come in with no >> oh, yeah. >> mr. roker. >> whoa! >> great thing about this app, itets youlameomebody and at's gd. >> right when someonwas in, herbert's sick again. all right. spotght on the gu >>> jus how unpopular is congress? a newling survey shows congress ls popular than the following. conoscopies, cockroaches, root canals, france of all things. >>ow! >> if u can believe that. >> even head lice, believet or no on that list. >> thas anher one. i was amazed of the positive numbers on ckroaches, 47%. people like cockroaches? >> who ew? >> cockroach lobby. >> who put this list together? nickelback is on there, meth lab, linds lohan. the kardashians a on there. >> cs has a higher approval ratg than the kardhians, linds lohan. >>hey are known to d these fun, exotic polls. some peoplhave criticized i but theve made their point. 9% was the nu
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